Ensure the present equipments are upgradable and compatible to developments after 2-3 years. The equipment must 100% comply to SAFETY STANDARDS. These equipments are required on site. Hence the travel kit should be designed accordingly so that no damage is done to equipment during travel.
~Milind Joshi, Marketing/Sales, Mumbai, India
My biggest advice is location, location, location,,,,, where you live and where you mount your solar/wind/storage devices.... most important... test equipment should be in two locations (the battery storage area and somewhere inside the home for easy access to monitor production and use of generated power as well as acid levels of batteries.... It cuts down on the daily work to maintain the system.
~Richard R, Retired due to disabilities, Sandord, FL
Check your loads & have enough batteries to carry you through for 3 days as the clouds can cover & influence the charging rate so solar cell conversion rate & price are important.
~Hilton B, Electrician, Bloemfontein, South Africa
My advice to users is to contact the professional tech. before doing anything with batteries.
~Nasir I, Engineer, Kano, Nigeria
Make sure to do plenty of testing in all environments.
~Bernard F, Purchaser, Shannon, Ireland
Try to utilize USA products. They are much more consistent in quality.
~Michael O, General Management, Tucson, AZ
Research and monitor the user groups to determine what is appropriate.
~Wayne T, Fire fighter, Marion south australia, Australia
Yes we have solar equipment (MICROCARE)
~Nelius De Lange, Design Engineer, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Keep it simple and inexpensive.
~Azri'el C., Business owner, Bucklin, MO
Buy quality, expect quality.
~Max R, Engineering Consultant, Lima, Peru
~Jack Fitzgerald, Chief Operating Officer, Venice, FL